The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930, December 08, 1899, Page 3, Image 3

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    THK MORNING AH TORI AN J ViUiDA , DKCEMBEIt 8, "U99.
TO ASTORIANS.
The IIAII.V ASTOHIAN will Ik fouiid
ok Ml In I'urlUiKl al ilia wl-biiiu
llnuwrf no use of J, r, Manilla? On.. l
W.MiiIiim lrul. Onlwri for alwr
IUIn Uii wh IhU II i hi will '!
iruniil AlUiitlon.
TODAT'H WBATHBn.
l'"ltTI.ANI. !., d-Por WanlOii.
ton, iiviii nml Malm, ( tmlmail ruin
luiliiy.i
AROUND TOWN.
John I'lnli-y, of Hajii1", l In town.
1'inkir. of 1'iirtUml, b1 th
f. I.
IiiU.i,
Wllllali.
tio illy,
I Villi I.
fa rKni
A "u, of llliainook, i in
'nlx. of I'urdiiiiil, In nt tlx-
1- II
Wrilay.
Wi-li'ti wm In I'miland yitJ.
1.. Miuii.iiiiiTy,
the city.
of Nrtl&iid, U In
lln .rinini(f, .if I'aUi'amol,
Urn illy.
I in
W. Millar, ,tf Kn.i'iii, wii In town
ytrday.
Crswflah, cooked In win, fct lh Na
tlwiial Cafe.
the I'aikrr.
of lkxtjnm. Moii.. U a I
Krnli IiooIau jo cuts a pound al
tin l'mrlur.
Trunk
Foikt. II.
I low ll
I bark from (iruul
A ll Mill-, of I'uriUiwI, In rr.jflM0rrr1
nt ihi- I'urkrr
I'l'-'-ro Nliliul, of Kmi Kramljn, I
I III!' CHlldlMll.
K K. fmmirl.
at tin- l i li.-nt.
II (4..lii, of I
at tl'i- I Ir.-l U nt.
of 8n rr-uru-taro, la
TIlO Ulle ( Uw tlpr
yrtrrloy iift.Tiiin.ii.
M f t:lr-l
A girl wmiU ttuulun lo Ink rare
of I'hlMim, Addivtai K. Amurliui niilw
I. A. Hutton. repritiii a Hiui
fi'.uii'iKiii Imium", wm in Mi illy y
(rlay
Mm. Muy Wrtghlaitiiiil nml dntlffhter
of Hiiokniii-, am vimtlnK n-luilvr in
the rlty.
Foil RCNT-Hlngl. rooms if a ds
alrabU ult, In lh Flavtl brick. Ap
ply room 17.
Tim HrlilNli Hlilp KcHiti III. and
ttw iWiimii wit 1 1 VntlM'k wiwv tow
nl up the rtvrr ynnliT-Uiy.
Kiiimh Hlilhy, tn.ijuitfir of th port
land olllrn of Well l"nrKo l'Ulinni Co.
t
hii in In rlly yi'ly.
Tin- lii-rki-li-y (1'invrrw.liy of I'allfur
litu fmrtball li-am uiny play Mulliio
iii.iIi In Portland on N Yeur iliiy.
Hofiu Jctmori Ht.irtiil )tiTiliiy for
I'liri'iif, where h" will vtMl for iw'vciu
liiotillm, reluming In Uw aprtiig to A
lulls.
Thr ibiniv (Ivni ly ICuli va Imuh) h
In lit it! HiioiiiI I11U wan wt'll ii'li j
nml ltiui.' frvvnit lunl mi i-nj yalil.
llmr.
Tin- mil anil mil-r idwn Ijy thf
l.mlli'at itiuM nf lirtuc rliurth yrnii-r
iliy n Mg ntn-.,ii In vnry iv.
l t.
Tim Inmirh Klf wuji !, Ik f..r r.
n1r ymlrriKiy. A collliriKi lih o
rtilt"il
lilii'W.
In thv ! of two .rotmll"r
I- It. Mll, of KtAitn,
tr m Hio I I.'i-I.IpiiI.
Horn to ihi if ij j
Ili'iiriiib. r a iri.
K II.UMlltrl.
i) II Su.ry, of Kin I'miliy,
lh- (i ril ni v.w.'nUy.
I'xlft tirunl, with Mm (Jmnt. tiunr
duMii on lunt nlKlit'a tiuin.
A ll I Inline, of I'llfinn, w n In thr
city on tiuinM ii'nliiy.
Z Tutirll li ft y.xiiiMny to look nftrr
hi oi'r lnioritii VIU hurbor.
W .1. llnrn.l aii.l 8 HclimMt. nf
I'ortlnml. ar In 41m rlty on liualmtwi.
Iliiy your Xnua trvn oniamKiU l
th I'arlor. (MioarxT tlinn In 1'oHliuul.
W 'ir oiiruinom aliotilil lxir In
iiiiiul tin' pvinlty f iU ntut mm
i luric uii nil ra'i il"liii'U.iit nftrr (lu
(mil mm.
I'urt whUky lUrpr Purfoot whUky
IUrir rvtry bottlt guanuttmd liar
per. Hold by Ford A Slokcs Company,
Anlorla. Orrrm.
Our line of hollitay r.xxl U now In.
Itiunomlitr w hav th only II n of
III kind In tha city. 1'ortland rtt-r. tl.
V. AIUt. & Hon.
Aiioilmn to n-i'n from Wimhliik'
Ion lllnicr lli-nnun twin wiHilmwn
from tl'i- i-iiivlort.t r.iro favum thr
rv- hi tlon of Miuitor Mi-liridiv
Jli'iiry Wrlnuui I um fturr.fl frin
Ca(x N'llii" In K'kkl hi-iilth iiikI with
a ftlia "iUi" In mIiow for hi Wlrs. II''
iNt U to ii'turii In tlu- i1iik
Tin- di'inorratlr imuiil'Ulnlori nr
ro:n riitratliiK th-lr fonv mi otir run
dlUt. Thrlr otlwr iiointmn will l-
ftll.lWiHt to go lo tin- boW-Wutti
nlyn .coal !! longer, U clcanor
and inakr leaf (rouble with ftovra and
ohlmny fluea thn any other. Oeorge
W. Sanborn, Atvnt, Tlphon 1111.
Th' nimiiwr Kliiioo' uiul Iliirrlimn
nwi'luM Tllliuiiik WHlniiklny aivl
thuir roinlnir wiut cufi-rly KriliiJ by
tJu ix-opio of Tlllsnnk'k ivunty. Th
Viwwki luiil oiiu dilllcUlty In criisr-IHK
llir Tlllimi 'k Uir.
IUlyn coal U In baat and moat oo
nominal coal for houachold un In A-
tor la. Try It ono and you will hav
no oihor, Oeorg W. Btnbwn, Agont.
Tlfi'lion I31L
Ik iiuirrJil und riubU-iMi of Amu-
rU agrcp In thWr vUw m iw Hob-
rrt Mf. Wr 1t Wtt u a vot In
Ihl (illy th I'luh iikiku(I!iiiii would
not get many fuvorublo b.dlot.
Anothir burgii n.ul.vliiUig ZW) urU
fin alubwixnl rwailvol yMijimluy from
Knttpj.tiiii Mill. by ih Axl'H'la. Wood
yunl Cuiii.miy, which tlxy ofT'-r for
null' nt !.wi and U2j pr curd, d"
llvired. It I fXM-rl"il tluit thir dlff'Tn-nc
which r-nulliil In tlKi puitwiiKifr r.il'
war will ! u'ljut-d aoon. 1ln h-od
On icon iiii-n of tlw fliChtlng i inn p.Uilm
In New York und uny iluy muy
funic o.l th o I the Ml'-.
Tl.i iv wan lllllc doing In tiMrlin-
lii I- x yi-fctirdiiy. 'V)i? mm wu hiitvy
und no Ntt-nit w.ui rnjl to hi lug In
any of l lie uutMldi- l!ent or to tow oUt
any of thi? lomli-d hIU. Tti-iD w.m
Home iiiovctiK'iil of uhliM In th? river.
Km nk Tjrk hn iui ludTVlcw in
t'-rduy'ii Or.irfoiil ui and x a iui In
)ur'd Innixcirt iuul Ihv Urignil.ui
vourlwn for th. i(ontl'ni.tn'a excrtlcnt
MtandltiR In I'orlhtnd' .l5(y. JuH
tlw kiiiiir Turk I u 'uift'.Jve from u-
tlrc
Ili-aver lodgv No. 55. I. (. O. F. clei t
I Dm following olllinir at tm lift
niicht' m'tlng. Duiiiun lloktin, noble
in uiul. N. I'. l'nron, vU gnuul; t. .
Wulti-rn. recording wrroJlury; John
IUIiii, fl rri m-ll jvritiiry and ('. S.
Wiighi, tremuivr.
All Aatorlana who vlilt Portland andi paired, and Uit nh haa ben unabl
delr pndln a pleaaant avenlnf in , tA ,w hw vocation, Utot of a
i;oi;n-ii7 will! louu (lollv nnu III in
enjoyment of an umrxcellnd munlcal
program, nhould go to th Frederick
burg, liraldes vocal and Instrumental
Neiec'tlon ther ara mny oth at-
Iractlon to delight th vlnltora. Tli
new management la making th Fredt-r
Ickaburg a well-merited iiinym.
imOWN It CHANT, Prop.
John Iior.lH on lil vii-y l-t le-lwiv-
lor iuul 1 i-vl'Unrtly gating ivady for
hitfli J l ti k x diirliig I'tirjrtmuji i-k
Ilia prolongiil ab-e-ii'v from tli polio
uit U cjunliig uiu'iulm unioiig th-
rlly o'lli'luJ. Thoy f..r tluvl Mr. IK-
liui ln n HliuiighAicd.
1 will pay the hlghrt prli for ev ry.
thing -rik-olally hldn and oil rub
Iui. Will pay one cent more per
I'oiind than anyone else offi'r In tht
mut for oopiH-r, bniMi and xlnc. Cori-
:ifn an coin o At. euitman, Asiornt,
At the council tiie.4lng luM fdiftit wm
of the ouiK llni-ni cullod alUmilon to
lh'- fiutt that the oily of Ajilorlj ha
four 1 iw nulu on It lutnd and thut
the prcM'iit ulty ttttomK-y, vho U 1 1
milt.'.r with th tuw. gix-a ut of oirii
icj'ifl. It Wtt miggiMtil tllttt ! le re
tained ii up w.-ittl oounic-l but Mr. Al
len Hated that ltvi onnm would ii"t
coii. up before February in th oouria,
o the matter w m loft for the Intom
Ing council.
The il.iy lout goike by, whifi u man
run build a bonne from tin- prfil of u
kei; of imiIi. Y-h, thliiKM iiri.- a llttl
dlffer-rit now. riur flnif-T In panting
right ut you uiul we want to uxk you
x in .ij.i!ly und Imllvl'lu illy, are the
groc rlen you buy ctiig more than
you think Un y ought? Come now, Hon
et "Injun" aj ihiy? Iw you know
Joiu of PortlunJ? 10H und IP) Front
tre-l. Mm gnuv-rl'- uik! prliea are
both right.
Tb dlmpeMr.(Iu- of I.ulH IjV, tile
lUIU-y (uiiort flrnnan, I no iKigr a
mTtery. Tlw t")y 'a found yeatcr
dnv uiKlr tfiv wharf of trw Amorla
W'xxl t'ompuny tnd evirythlng indl-(!-l
that l,ove hud m!ve'd bin fooling
In a i tempt lug to rvh the rt'Ainer
which lay at tlw ('an ("ompuny'n dock
and fell lun i he buy. So o-rtitn are
the MUtlmrl ! e lh it hi drowning wan
pure ly accidental rhit no lnU't a
(Uvmed ni'tvixry. Tin- txly will be
ahl pied to Vancouver whin- Love'
reiitK live.
In n-kpoiue. to an lii'iuiry ivg'ardlng
the matter, AiwlHUnt hiK)ik-r U. 11.
lii-if.iixlt uppll( the following Infor-
muiii n r.-K.iriJlng the unrhoragv gpmnd
In Antiiiii and the Iowit hurlor
around Flavol. Mr. ICei'hrdt i-:
"For olbclal lportA tle ajicllorae
ground available and uned for nuch
purpik from Atort.i down to a abort
dlHtnncv lwlow Fort 8levnui luut b.-n
Hnur.-1 out, with the following nulHj:
.u.7iilie)M In a tailoring eMta.bltuh'wnt,
and ha iu!d 1125 lot m-lliti a4.ton
lion. Viuijim Mclxxl, who wia aUo a
piiMcngi on the excurxI'Fi train, ha
k'lej the Northern Pacific lUllway
(Min ii rx for WWI dnm.xgi- Hi al
legi that hi lv k and, uplrar wer- w
rlounly injurnd, and tlmt Jx- him -n
unkMv Mine to work m hi trttde a a
carpenter and do a full day's work.
UANK NOTK'K.
Tle fouiteerith unnuul rating of th
mi ('kiiol-b-m 'it Un- Flrnt National
It'itik .f Antorii, f'.r tie- -lci4'in of
illriMtor und traiKui'.I'm of ihT bu
livui, will be hHJ at the bunking olllce,
Tued4y, J.wiuury kth, l!w, at 4 p. m.
ri. H. d'AUXiS,
CaJthii-r.
Ic.-mber 8th, lh'.
Ore. M ncy will be paid Immediately, i There are iW atM, or 12-22 iu;irw
i
Superintend nt Downing, of the
fUu k.uiwm hatch -ry, ban 6.000.000 aal-
iiidii egg nearly all hairlu-d out. He
e(H'c to Millf ttinrther 1.0"00o3
Kgn from thi? Ilngue river luitchery
In a day or two, J. W. HerrAini, or
(.'lockmna. aopiTlnViKlont of th
Hogte liver hv-chery, hua tak-n 7.5'H).-
i0 Chlmxik milmii egg till it aiin.
and In now taking the roe of lalveMde.
The Scow Hay foundry ha lin
koifd to II. A. HulTtL'hmlill "ill J.
I,. Iivell, who will tuke clkirKe and
begin to M'rat thu- plant at otiee.
Tlx Snow Hay I rm tuid Hrami works
la Uie nume umU-r whliih the new own
er will do buidn.tw. Mr. IaivcII wun
In AHtorla everal jrwi.ru ugvi anil won
Iv-n wuineoted with Uii Ainu plant.
Mr. IIuffchmldt Iji a nww -cmiwr. nmn
hn the n-putatlon or lkng go-xj
w orknwn.
COME
and Pav Us a Visit
If you are in need of anything in the
CLOTHING LINE
It will pay you to como to Portlum! nml oxainine'our enormous stock.
Ui'sides tlio utlvantage of such a large variety to select from, thus enabling
you to olitaiu exactly wliat you want, we save you from 'l to f o on a Man's
Suit or Overcoat, nml to ' on 5ovs' Suits.
Men's Suits $6 to $25.
flen's Overcoats $8 to $30.
l-w A- J IN A t
Koys iuits $2 to $15. 1
Child's Reefers $1.50 to $8.
Money Cheerfully Refunded
If Goods are not Satisfactory
MOYER CLOTHING CO.,
The Popular Price Clothiers.
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BEN SELLING, Manager. 3rd and Oak Streets, Portland
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mllf. over which the depth l from 2t
to 70 fit-t at low- waier, and for a depth
of 30 f.-"t to 70 fi-t at low watir 0
iincl.omge li VCu icpai. or 7.S mi u a re
m. !."
In the I'ou-ity commlifoi. iiwrs court
)iter.kiy the coilti-ait for building a
briiliri on the county road betwee.i
Stivelilt I, Hiding and the Kliiaou
place In district No. 4 was let to p,
J. Ingallii. HI. lad -.vaii The mem
ber of the court will g to S- tiiii'l-
today to eximl!h th ' briilffe ucro.a lh
mlllnii-e m-ar Oh mni .'tv-k which was
damiiged by the recent hlghwaters. On
end of the brtdg" carried awa
and to tvi.ilr It nnnn cotu'iiler'j.bl
outluy. A pnwnitlon hiui l'n made
to fhiuig-i the rouu' of Tho road ro that
It w ill run over the tldvgaie thus
avoiding the iui-Hy for a bridge nnd
an moiit of tlie proporty owne;- huv
offered to dedkvtte tlv right of wuy the
ch.inge will nrobibly be n.ad-.'.
Itcnj.imln Young, a retired capitally
of Antorla, Is it the Imperial, Mys the
! Oregoitlan, on Kis ruium from M!i
I tin nr. h, whi he helped lUxlicate tlw
addliiiin to the state normal school
I Tmwdiiy. Mr. Young, who is on of the
I rcK"HI of the InsiltuLiiMi. thinks the
addition Is Just w hat the action! nvtl d
! as Its cap.icity ' now doubled and
there is uniple room hv truJnlng quar
tent fur the stud- nts, of w hom there
are now lsn. lty training. Mr. Your.g
docs not nuuv foUvll or athletics,
but training for the actual work of
touching with real pupils, so that
gnulu.itiw of Lhe normal nchool may
go forth in the world fully equipped
In pr.icthv vu well as In theory. Hi
s-iys they hod a big time at the devil
cation, and thtt the regents in their
spiht' all tv'f.'.vd U their ear'.y
duvs, when they went to school In log
cabins, In which there wvne only t!ld-
Ing board window. As for Mr. Young
himself, he wont to sctwol In a Ne-
bninka dug-out, where there was not
even a sliding do. and what light
there was came in from the top. All
the regents, whi arv now woll to do,
referred also to the time whim they
arrived In Or.gvm and could puck all
their earthly holnuglngs in a flour
suck, except fli.'.rnr Oivr, who didn't
even have enough to flU a flour aiu'k
when he canej. Gowrntr Geer, Mr.
Young "ays, Is the powxst off of any
of the nln? reg.iMa. and he has a gxvd
tariu in Marion cou:viy.
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MACKINAW COATS, Blue only, $2.75
MACKINAW PANTS, Blue or Brown, 1.75
MACKINAW PANTS, Vcllovv only, 1.50
Tlifse garmciiU are regular made 40 oz
gods. During the AIskn 'trndo the name
class of Mackinaws sold for $10 per uit. Jones
bought 'cm at a simp and is selling them the
ame way. They are bound to go at the j rice.
IJcttcT order at once.
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JONES' CASH STORE,
I0 and 110 froot fttrt, Partlaart, Oro.
CITY COUNCIL.
Tlie waa but little bu.-lnnu for th
ci.uiii Jim.-n to poiubr over laat nlghl
and tha i-Kl'n aiJJounw nt an early
hour.
A r ni"titr.uu-e dated July U agdnat
(he prop'rfK-d Impn-veinent of Ator
trwt from th U McClure's Ator.a
wa pri-wntLil anl reud. It developed
that thl wua mx a legal n-nMn.traj
us (k'hned In the charu-r for It did out
cor.? un the aan of Ue owner of
one-half the property to br aa lMd. It
wh referred to th atrut committe.
The commltuee on health ami police
aiked for further time in wliich to con
atdr and report upon the Mill pre-,-i;'.ed
on account of the Hmall-pol
cae. Thoee on file amount to over IW
ond the committee undrR4Unda that
more are to come and it w-ants to act on
all at once. The further time waa
; runted.
The otdlniuic for the Improvement
of Atr streot paaHtd Ua third read
ing. ltcgjiitltlon fur sUppUV were ap
proved and the council adjourned.
Holiday Goods Galore
TOYSjJ
For the young and old,
Everything in the Japanese line,
Toys to please the yougsters.
B- F- Allen 8 Son, 365 Gmmrtw st.
INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN. ORDERS SOLICITED.
THK CITY ELECTION.
Assured Success of the En.lre I; -publican
Tlckeit.
Miss Bertha flat-tin's
Decorative
Art
Room.
i
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Till Lite of Newest Cnbroid
try .littrUls.
Ititi.ls Specialty.
Cbnice Sctectioa of S impiig
Design.
Stitipi.g Stitlr Dcie,
Iva N. Grlfllth h. flUd suit In the
stnte circuit court of Multnomah cvu:-.-ty
mgiilnst the Northern raolflc Rail
way company to recover $5,262 dam
ages on acciiutvt of Injurii sustained
in Juno. 1S9H, aa a rwult of collision
nenr T.innt.n, boitwoein itr.vlns of the
Astoria & Columbl.i River Railaad
company and the Nortliem Paclllo
K.ullway company. The fornuT was
the Red Mali's exi'ur.divn train t
turnlng from Astoria to Portland. The
plaint 1ft' avers that she w.is a pusaw
ger on the excursion train, which was
running orn scluiHilo time, and had the
right to u.? the track of the Northern
racifle company botween Qnble and
Portland. The Northern Pacltle com
pany, It is all-'g"d, failed to sidetrack
Its freight triiln hk It nhould have done
and this is sHseMed to have causeil
the ncoUU'ivt. The plaintiff avers that
slw was vlohnitly JirnM and shaken
up In her seat, and was seriously
bruised, shocks!, alwken up and matt
sick and siv, and received a Beverj
shock to her entire mrvous ay.em.
She alleges that lur health la still i:n-
The republicans of Astoria can an
will elect their Ucko: in liie comii
city election.
fhore is no ui.iHeiision among tne
pa"ty leadiTs, democratic a.sT.ions to
the vuntrary notwlthHUnding. If the
deinKraU only could manage the re
publican campaign but llu-y can't.
The democrats come into the cam
pajgn in ia masquerade costume. Mu
dume Lieinvx-racy la old and ugly and
hi no clurms to please, so she his
painted up 'and dn-ssed up and comes
on the Hour as Miss Xun-parUsan. Bu:
everybody lauglk and no parners floe
around Um- ancient old par.y.
When tlu democruu nvnt Imo
"nun-partisan" convention the ieaderj
ImajiiKd they had made a cute move
and congratulated each ikIut on their
political gener.i.lshlp. The plan worked
out so tili-ely on paper. "Democrats and
populists of rounw will not vole the re
publican ticket, tut we catch all i f tha
vote. We will draw a large numb..-
of careless r publleUn aaid rvally
non-uartlsiins will be caught by our
name." It waa a cinch. The detiuv
cnu.c bosjea were In h'.gh (,"!?.
Apparently, however, Uere la some
hitch In the system and the gleefully
selected disguise is t.ot opera;ing fav
orible. The d'-mix-fLle maitipulatont
are worried and are prep.irtng to throw
d wn nuwt of the ticket.
There is every pruaiK-ot for comploU
republican succ.wb and this is acknoxvl
e-Jgred by many of the opposition.
THE MYSTERIOUS ROAD.
Said
to be for the Accommodation of
Long beach Seaside Trade.
Preliminary work Is bxiing pushed
with all possible speed on the Columbia
Valley railroad, says lat night's Tele.
gram, which is surveyed down the
north Kink of the Columbia,
L. Oerllnger's partner In the enter
pris, Mr. Stapelton, in at Goldendale,
prosecuUng condemnation prwaedlngs
for a right of way. Opposite The Da!
s considerable trouble has been me
with In securing a right of way, and
unless an agreement la reached K, may
be necestwry to condemn property. A
largv party of surveyors is working
west from .Kulama for the same com
pany.
Tlw promoters have mot with con-
sldorable opposition in securing a right
of way. Some of the farmers seem to
Imagine that they ought to gwt enough
to make them rich for allowing a rail
road company to cross their land.
The fact that the survey for this road
Is being oonUnued beyond Vancouver
to the sea. gives rise for considerable
speculation. It was thought at fliat
that the road would not reach beyond
Vancouver. It Is thought, however,
that the road west of Vancouver Is In
tended for the lAing Beach seusJJe
radc.
THiS MODERN MOTHER
Has found that her little ones are lm-
orovi-d more by the pleasant Syrup
f Pigs, when In need of the laxative
ffeet of a gentle remedy, than by any
other. Children enjoy it and it bene
fits them. The true remedy. Syrup of
Klifs. Is manufactured by the Cal.for
nla Fig Syrup Co. only.
NOTICE.
T. Anderson, the eh ropodist, has re-
urned to Astoria. Any peron wish-
ni? corns removed can have It don by
calling at or telephoning 1 1 Pet . rson
: It to wns sho ptore. Pilcea will be
i cents per corn for threi' days only.
n
5 Room 820 Dakata Bblldlag. SI aad WMblngtoa iU., rerllnad, Or. SI
DO YOU BATHE?
NO.
WHY?
5
Becanse at oar faonw we have neither a bathtub,
nor hot water handy. ...
Then go to the Russian Baths at 217 Aator St.
25 cents is the price. Private apartments for
ladies. Only the better class of patronage is
catered to. Try one and yon will come regularly.
onnrinnniriAnnitrtrururinxuvnvp
Come, See.
Big Presents
With Coffee
With Tea
With Spice
With Baking; Powder
Come Just to See.
Great American Ifflportiiifl Tea D
STORES 100 IN NUMBER
PRICES AWAY UNDER
571 Commercial St, Astoria.
Scow Bay
Iron and Brass Works
.1
18th St and Franklin At.
Huffschmidt & Lovell, Props
SE.MI-STCEl. JUXGAXESC ad
rnOSmOR BRONZE i Specialty
IRON and BRASS CASTINGS i
ThDDf 431, Astoria, Or.
BROWN'S
RESTAURANT
A first-class place at moderate prices
Rooms for ladies and private parties
Open nil INight...
108 Fourth St., near Washington
fOKTUXD, 0KEGOX.
PHONE BLACK i8js
B.F.Prael Transfer Co
Telephone 23.
DRAYIEG AND EXPRESSING
All Goods Shipped to Our Care
Will Receive Special Attention.
No.
53S Duane St.,
Astoria, Or.
W. J. COOK, Mffr
Res. Tel. 113.
i
PiQpEyes 1
1 c
Are those given the beat care
throughout all periods cf onea
life. "I used to have the beat
eyes," is a common expression.
These people vary likely have
bad eyes now because neglectful
of the oitv necessary to keep
them good. Lat ub help kp
yours good. If you huvn't good
ones let us asHist in making;
them good. Right glasa aid
that's what we offer.
Northwest Optical Co.,
? The Labb BIcIh.,
C Second and Washington Sta
5 Roorni aoai-aj-3
1'OKTl.ASD, OKKOON.
The Eastern
Dining-room and Kestaurant
J. U. Wanner, Prop.
rrivtte Dining-rooms fur Ladies
Meals 15t tp Open nil Mijht.
170 THIRD STREET,
-....Bet. Morrison and Yamhill
Portland, Oregon.,..
WHITE COLLAR LINL
Columbia River and nwet 8 und Navi
gation Company.
Bailey Gatzert leaves Astoria dally,
except Punduy, at 7 p. m.
Leaves Portland dally except Bun-
day at 7 a. m.
White Collar line tickets and O. R,
& N. tickets Interchangeable on Bailer
Qatzert and Haasalo.
A. J. Taylor, Astoria Aft.
U. B. SCOTT, Telephone 111.
President.
MInS M.
innnerclHl
HRA I'nriii-r
streets.
KuPAblA DrrsoDI ot ft m.vhiintr.1 or InvanLtv. mlnil
Tenth and Irilrliigft trlplolha I'arU KiponlUon, Willi gaga
I aiftry ftiidexin'TiB' tpftlii. should write
the HMOk J, UalUmora, W-
ThesetinyCaDSUIsstra superior
to Balsiun of Copaiba yrv
Cubeb or Injections andrmA
CURE IN 48 HOURSl''J
ths $am diseases with-
out incorveniencs.
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